What a help you and Jodie have been! You are saying clearly what I have been getting bits and pieces of - doctors may be good surgeons but not good communicators! Thank you so very much for taking the time to write to me!!
I took offense at your very first reply to my post. I admitt the post was brief and to the point. However, if you wanted clarification than you could have asked nicely, instead I took your tone in the reply to be rather nasty. You seem to think the answer was a snap and uneducated one. Well it wasn't.
Also, I do have retinal problems, which explains why I see a retinal speciaist, and have lost much of my vision as a result. So yes, I do know what it's like to be losing your sight. I also, see no point in arguing w/ you further as it does not help either of us. Plus, from the age given on your profile, you're over twice my age and I don't wish to cyber-spar w/ someone who is so much older than I.
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